Bite back at food fatigue with fun new online survey

    TORONTO, June 11 /CNW/ - Have carbohydrate confusion? Wonder about
vitamins? With so many options and ever-changing food and diet trends, many
Canadians are finding themselves confused about proper nutrition. A recent
poll revealed 97 per cent of dieticians and nutritionists claim that most
Canadians do not understand the specific role that vitamins and nutrients play
in their diet making it difficult for them to make informed decisions about
    Knowing where to look is the first step to understanding your vitamin and
mineral A,B,C's. That's why a new interactive and informative online survey
has been created - to help Canadians reclaim their nutritional know-how.
    On June 18 and 19, Bev Callaghan, a renowned Canadian dietitian, shares
her professional insight on the important link between nutritional knowledge
and food choices.

           -  Why Canadians are food fatigued: Who's feeling it the most and
              what we can do about it
           -  Vitamin A, B, C's: The back-to-basics approach to nutrition
           -  Does mom really know best? Simple and sensible solutions for
              moms to ensure the entire family is eating healthy
           -  Flavour of the month: The top emerging nutrition trends to
           -  What's your vitamin IQ? How one simple tool can help Canadians
              gauge their nutrition know-how and offer credible information
              about healthy eating

    WHO:   Bev Callaghan, dietitian and celebrated co-author of popular
           cookbooks (Suppertime Survival, Great Food Fast)

    WHAT:  Talk to Bev, an expert with more than 20 years of nutrition
           experience. Discuss the new results of two national polls
           revealing Canadians' nutrition know-how, and get Bev's easy-to-
           follow tips for simple, effective steps to making healthy food
           choices for yourself and your family

    WHEN:  June 18 and 19

For further information:

For further information: or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Lorna Freeman, Stephanie Bonk, Environics Communications, (416) 969-2711,
(416) 969-2668,,

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